Daily Announcements

October 14 (Thursday) A day 

Happy birthday today to 6th grader Liam Hickey! 

 

 Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team as they defeated Bishop Gibbons Tuesday evening. The Eagles move to 7-0 in the WAC and 9-0 Overall. They were led by: Julia Reedy with 12 kills, Amber Kolpakes with 10 kills, and Trishelle Oliver with 6 kills and 4 blocks. Great job Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to both the Blue and Gold modified volleyball teams on defeating Broadalbin-Perth Wednesday. The Blue Team moves to 8-0 on the season and the Gold Team is on a 2 game win streak! 

 

 Attention Eagle Nation: Tickets for Sectional Semifinals and Finals for Volleyball and Soccer will need to be purchased through the GoFan website. This is a paperless ticketing system that can be purchased from your cell phones or computers. If you plan to attend, you will need to show your digital ticket at the gate to be scanned. For more information, check the district website, the athletics website or the athletics Twitter account. 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Herkimer College will be here this morning at 9:30. Next Monday reps from Castleton College and Maria College will be here. Next Tuesday, a rep from SUNY Brockport will be here. If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance for a pass. 

 

 There is a Student Senate meeting today after school. All members should attend, and new members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs. Dowen if you need a bus pass. Thank you. 

 

 The Chamber Singers informational meeting is today after school in the Chorus Room. Any High Schooler who is interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions, and be sure to let her know in advance if you need to write the late bus!

 

 Attention Freshmen and Sophomore Girls: BOCES is having a Women in Trades Day.  If you are interested in exploring the Auto Tech, Auto Body, Conservation, Heavy Equipment, HVAC or Welding programs at BOCES, please see Ms. Morck in Guidance by this Friday the 15th.  Limited spots are available.

 

 Board Game Club will be meeting this Friday. Please email Mr. Diamond at cadiamond@galwaycsd.org immediately if you plan to attend so you can be added to the list. Students must contact Mr. Diamond beforehand to attend. All are welcome.

 

 The High School Eagles Media Center staff will be meeting after school, Monday the 18th in Mrs. O’s room. New members are welcome! Please email Mrs. O if you need a bus pass to stay after. Thank you! 

 

 Attention NHS Candidates: Your applications are due Monday, October 18. If you have any questions about your application, please drop by Mr. Levin's or Ms. O'Brien's drop-in office hours after school today. 

 

 The GSA, Galway’s Gay Straight Alliance, will have their first meeting on Tuesday the 19th in Mrs. Gerber’s room # 415.  Please email Mrs. Gerber no later than Monday the 18th to sign up, and get a late bus pass.  All are welcome and hope to see you there!

 

 Would you like to help out in the community, make our school a better place? Then come to the Do Something Club meeting next Wednesday after school in Mrs. Lushkevich’s room. If you need a late bus, you must contact Mrs. L by next Tuesday. New members are welcome! 

 

 Buy your cool rainbow lanyard today (HOLD UP THE LANYARD) from Mr. Levin for only $5. All proceeds go to Galway’s GSA Club. Thank you for your support! 

 

 BREAKING NEWS!! Everybody knows, there’s nothing better than a pie from Smith’s! Order your Thanksgiving pies from any junior by tomorrow! Only $14 for a regular pie, and $15 for a crumb top! Smith’s pies are the best, and your purchase can help out the Juniors as they fundraise for Prom! Thank you! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow! 




October 13 (Wednesday) B day 

Happy birthday today to senior Olive Van Vorse. Due to PSAT testing, the bells will be off until 7th period.

 

 The cross country  teams would like to wish Mrs. Decker a happy belated birthday!
The results are in for the Golf Sectionals. Josh Lovelass tied for 13th place. Eric Zelezniak finished 3 strokes behind and tied for 14th place. Both players hope to return to sectionals next year and make the top ten.  Congratulations to the golf team on a good season! 

 

 The varsity girls soccer team ended their game last night with Duanesburg in a 0 - 0 tie. Hannah French had 5 saves in the goal. 

 

 Congrats to the Varsity Boys Cross Country team on their performance yesterday. They defeated OESJ and lost to Duanesburg 25-32. Freshman Cody Schneider was in 2nd place. Freshman Will Comensky came in 4th. All of the other runners in the top 5 were Juniors and Seniors! Congratulations also to the modified boys cross country team who all improved their times on the home course. Kolt Wojtowecz took first, Logan Minder took second and Will Anuszewski took 3rd. Lydia Randall finished 1st for the Galway Girls and 6th overall. Great job Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the modified boys soccer team who defeated Waterford 6-0 on Tuesday.  5 different players scored for the Eagles including 2 tallies from Chase Maher and goals from Ethan Watrobski, Peregrine Perkins, Carson Quay, and Eli Montague.  Peregrine Perkins and Rosco Fingar split time in the goal to record the shutout behind defenders Ethan Dabrowski, John Budris, Kaleb Johnson, Ryan Shellinberger and Fisher Daniele.  Congratulations team!

 

 Attention Eagle Nation: Tickets for Sectional Semifinals and Finals for Volleyball and Soccer will need to be purchased through the GoFan website. This is a paperless ticketing system that can be purchased from your cell phones or computers. If you plan to attend, you will need to show your digital ticket at the gate to be scanned. For more information, check the district website, the athletics website or the athletics Twitter account. 

 

 The next FFA meeting is today at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room. Please let Ms. Whalen know if you will need the late bus. 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Herkimer College will be here Thursday morning at 9:30. If you would like to attend this information session, just sign up in Guidance for a pass. 

 

 There is a Student Senate meeting this Thursday after school. All members should attend, and new members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs. Dowen if you need a bus pass. Thank you. 

 

 Do you like to sing? There will be a Chamber Singers informational meeting after school this Thursday in the Chorus Room. Any High Schooler who is interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions, and be sure to let her know in advance if you need to write the late bus!

 

 Attention Freshmen and Sophomore Girls: BOCES is having a Women in Trades Day.  If you are interested in exploring the Auto Tech, Auto Body, Conservation, Heavy Equipment, HVAC or Welding programs at BOCES, please see Ms. Morck in Guidance by this Friday the 15th.  Limited spots are available.

 

 Buy your cool rainbow lanyard today from Mr. Levin for only $5. All proceeds go to Galway’s GSA Club. Thank you for your support! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow! 




October 12 (Tuesday) A day 

Happy birthday today to senior Elisabeth LaBreche! 

 

 Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team for their 3rd place finish on Saturday at the Millbrook tournament.  The girls knocked off Class A state ranked Cornwall 30-28 in a one set quarterfinal match then fell to state ranked Mount Academy 24-26.

 

The Eagles were led on the day by Julia Reedy with 40 Kills and 41 Digs, 

Amber Kolpakas with 38 Kills and 45 Digs

 Jayden the Dino DeVellis with 79 Digs

Trishelle Oliver with 28 Kills and 26 Blocks

 Kylee Decker with 59 Assists

Sadie Underwood with 24 blocks

 Grace O'Brien with 16 Kills and 10 blocks

Sophia Fasolino with 47 assists and 

Anna Dabrowski with 11 kills and 10 blocks. Great job Eagles! 

 

 Attention Eagle Nation: Tickets for Sectional Semifinals and Finals for Volleyball, Boys Soccer and Girls Soccer will need to be purchased through GoFan from Section 2. This is a paperless ticketing system that can be purchased from your cell phones or computers. If you plan to attend, you will need to show your digital ticket at the gate to be scanned. For more information, check the district website, the athletics website or the athletics Twitter account. 

 

 The weight room will be open for students to use after school beginning today. Students must sign up during lunch in the main office or you will not be allowed into the weight room. 

 

 The next FFA meeting will be this Wednesday at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room. Please let Ms. Whalen know if you will need the late bus. 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Herkimer College will be here Thursday morning at 9:30. If you would like to attend this information session, just sign up in Guidance for a pass. 

 

 There is a Student Senate meeting this Thursday after school. All members should attend, and new members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs. Dowen if you need a bus pass. Thank you. 

 

 Do you like to sing? There will be a Chamber Singers informational meeting after school this Thursday in the Chorus Room. Any High Schooler who is interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions, and be sure to let her know in advance if you need to write the late bus!

 

 Attention Freshmen and Sophomore Girls: BOCES is having a Women in Trades Day.  If you are interested in exploring the Auto Tech, Auto Body, Conservation, Heavy Equipment, HVAC or Welding programs at BOCES, please see Ms. Morck in Guidance by this Friday the 15th.  Limited spots are available.

 

 Have you seen these cool rainbow lanyards? (HOLD UP THE LANYARD) You can buy one today for just $5 from Mr. Levin. All proceeds go to Galway’s GSA Club. Thank you for your support! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow! 




October 8 (Friday) B day

Happy birthday on Monday the 11th, to 7th grader Madelyn Schaperjahn! 

 

 Attention Eagle Nation: Thank you for wearing your masks properly in class and in the hallways. We need to look out for each other and keep everybody safe. 

 

 Congratulations to the modified girls’ soccer who beat Northville last night with a score of 3-0. McKenzie Gowie started the 2nd quarter with an assist to Heather Ehrenburg. McKenzie Gowie then had a breakaway to put the ball in the goal in the 3rd quarter. Heather Ehrenburg finished the 4th quarter with an assist to Mae Budris. Congratulations Eagles!  

 

 Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team on their victory over Canjo-Fort Plain last night.  The Eagles moved to 6-0 in the league and 8-0 overall.  

Julia Reedy had 8 kills

Jayden the Dino DeVellis had 16 Digs

Sadie Underwood added 4 blocks and 4 Kills 

Carolyn Brushac added 6 aces, 13 service points and 8 digs

Sophia Fasolino added 5 aces and 13 assists. Well done Eagles! 

 

 The weight room will be open for students to use after school beginning next Tuesday the 12th. Students must sign up during lunch in the main office or they will not be allowed into the weight room. 

 

 Board Game Club meets after school today in Mr. Diamond’s room. All students are welcome! If you plan to attend, you must email Mr. Diamond this morning so he can add you to the late bus list. Thank you! 

 

 The next FFA meeting will be next Wednesday the 13th at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room. Please let Ms. Whalen know if you will need the late bus. 

 

 There is a Student Senate meeting next Thursday the 14th after school. All members should attend, and new members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs. Dowen if you need a bus pass. Thank you. 

 

 Do you like to sing? There will be a Chamber Singers informational meeting after school next Thursday the 14th in the Chorus Room. Any High Schooler who is interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. See Ms. Booth with any questions, and be sure to let her know in advance if you need to write the late bus!

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 here at school next Wednesday morning, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.

 

 Have you seen these cool rainbow lanyards? (HOLD UP THE LANYARD) You can buy one today for just $5 from Mr. Levin. All proceeds go to Galway’s GSA Club. Thank you for your support! 

 

 We are off of school on Monday for what is now known as Indigenous People’s Day. We would like to share a poem with you, written by the Unites States’ Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo. Ms. Harjo is a member Muskoke Creek Nation. This is called “Eagle Poem.” 

 

 To pray you open your whole self

To sky, to earth, to sun, to moon
To one whole voice that is you.
And know there is more
That you can't see, can't hear,
Can't know except in moments
Steadily growing, and in languages
That aren't always sound but other
Circles of motion.
Like eagle that Sunday morning
Over Salt River. Circled in blue sky
In wind, swept our hearts clean
With sacred wings.
We see you, see ourselves and know
That we must take the utmost care
And kindness in all things.
Breathe in, knowing we are made of
All this, and breathe, knowing
We are truly blessed because we
Were born, and die soon within a
True circle of motion, 
Like eagle rounding out the morning
Inside us. 
We pray that it will be done
In beauty.
In beauty.

 Have a great day and a wonderful weekend, Eagle Nation! We will see you on Tuesday!



October 7 (Thursday) A day

Happy birthday today to 7th grader Carson Quay! 

 

 Attention Eagle Nation: Thank you for wearing your masks properly in class and in the hallways. We need to look out for each other and keep everybody safe. 

 

 The weight room will be open for students to use after school beginning next Tuesday the 12th. Students must sign up during lunch in the main office or they will not be allowed into the weight room. 

 

 Board Game Club meets after school tomorrow in Mr. Diamond’s room. All students are welcome! If you plan to attend, you must email Mr. Diamond so he can add you to the late bus list. Thank you! 

 

 The next FFA meeting will be next Wednesday the 13th at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room.


There is a Student Senate meeting next Thursday the 14th after school. All members should attend, and new members are always welcome. Please contact Mrs. Dowen if you need a bus pass. Thank you. 

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 here at school next Wednesday morning, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.


Have you seen these cool rainbow lanyards? You can buy one today for just $5 from Mr. Levin. All proceeds go to Galway’s GSA Club. Thank you for your support! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow!



October 6 (Wednesday) B day

Happy birthday today to 6th grader Jerry Patterson and 7th grader Logan Miner! 

 

 Mr. Miller visited the GTV studio last week to talk about the importance of wearing masks properly to keep everybody safe and here in school. If you are not following the mask rule, you will be subject to consequences. Please make good choices for yourself, and respect those around you. Thank you for showing regard for others in Eagle Nation, by making sure your mask covers your nose and mouth at all times. 

 

 Last night in WAC cross country action at Schoharie, the boys’ team defeated BKW, but lost to Schoharie 21 to 34. The boys were led by Cody Schneider who was Galway’s top finisher. The girls’ top finisher was Emma Jordan.  In modified action, Kolt Vy---tav--idge took first in the race. Logan Miner was 3rd! Eleanor Douglas was first for all the girls. Well done Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the Varsity Volleyball team on their 5 set thrilling victory over previously undefeated Queensbury last night. The Eagles moved to 7-0 overall! They were led by a total team effort! 

 Julia Reedy had 31 Kills and 18 digs,

Trishelle Oliver added 8 kills, 5 blocks and 20 digs.

Jayden the Dino DeVellis had 28 Digs

 Sadie Underwood added 6 blocks and 4 Kills 

Kylee Decker dished out 31 assists and had 16 digs

Sophia Fasolino added 22 assists and 10 digs

 Kailey Jankowski had 10 digs and 12 Service points

Grace O'Brien added 6 kills, 6 assists and 3 blocks

Amber Kolpakas added 8 Kills

Anna Dabrowski added 4 blocks and 3 kills. Great job Eagles! 

 

 The weight room will be open for students to use after school beginning next Tuesday the 12th. Students must sign up during lunch in the main office or they will not be allowed into the weight room. 

 

 Outdoor Boys Basketball for students in grades 7 and 8 will meet again today from 5:30 to 6:45pm on the outdoor courts. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

 Board Game Club meets after school Friday in Mr. Diamond’s room. All students are welcome! If you plan to attend, you must email Mr. Diamond so he can add you to the late bus list. Thank you! 

 

 The next FFA meeting will be next Wednesday the 13th at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room.

 

 There is also a Student Senate meeting Wednesday the 13th after school. All members should attend, and new members are always welcome. 

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 next Wednesday the 13th, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.

 

Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow!




October 5 (Tuesday) A day

Happy birthday today to 7th grader Mya Persaud and sophomore Kelsey Grey! 

 

 Mr. Miller visited the GTV studio last week to talk about the importance of wearing masks properly to keep everybody safe and here in school. If you are not following the mask rule, you will be subject to consequences. Please make good choices for yourself, and respect those around you. Thank you for showing regard for others in Eagle Nation, by making sure your mask covers your nose and mouth at all times. 

 

 Congrats to Galway wordmasters!! Galway finished the school day on Monday in the lead for all New York Schools on vocab.com. Well done Eagle Nation! 

 

 Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer team who beat Northville last night in the rain, with a score of 2 - 0. Kendra Peterson scored with an assist from Kaelin Pitman. Anna Meisenburg scored with the assist from Stephanie Martin. Keeper Hannah French crushed it with 14 saves. Great job Eagles! 

 

 The weight room will be open for students to use after school beginning next Tuesday the 12th. Students must sign up during lunch in the main office or they will not be allowed into the weight room. 

 

 Outdoor Boys Basketball for students in grades 7 and 8 will meet again tomorrow from 5:30 to 6:45pm on the outdoor courts. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

 Attention Seniors: Have you made a plan to get your senior pictures taken yet? Your pictures for the yearbook are due Friday, January 21st. Go to the "What's Happening" section of the Galway webpage for more information.  Pictures can be submitted in hard copy form or digitally.  Please email Mr. Nettleton with any questions at djnettle@galwaycsd.org.

 

 The yearbooks are now on sale for just $40. This is the lowest price ever!  Well, the lowest in a while. But the sale ends on Halloween. Please use the link in the "What's Happening" section of the district website to order. As always, email Mr. Nettleton if you have any questions at djnettle@galwaycsd.org.   

 

 Board Game Club meets after school Friday in Mr. Diamond’s room. All students are welcome! 

 

 The next FFA meeting will be next Wednesday the 13th at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room.

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 next Wednesday the 13th, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow!




October 4 (Monday) B day

Happy birthday today to junior Kaitlyn Ortleib and senior Ean King! 


The E-Way is open today with some very special treats, Eagle Nation! Get to the E-Way window during period 1-4 and buy delicious cider donuts, apple cider and mochas!

 

 Mr. Miller visited the GTV studio on Friday to talk about the importance of wearing masks properly to keep everybody safe and here in school. If you are not following the mask rule, you will be subject to consequences. Please make good choices for yourself, and respect those around you. Thank you for showing regard for others in Eagle Nation, by making sure your mask covers your nose and mouth at all times. 

 

 The Golden Eagles defeated Spa Catholic 1-0 in Saturday’s WAC Wasaren match up. The Eagles were able to possess the ball most of the first half and produce some good scoring opportunities but neither team would find the back of the net in the first half. The play of Colin Anderson stood out in the Galway midifield. He was rewarded halfway through the second half by scoring the game winner off of a great solo effort. The Galway defense of Thomas Villano, Dalton Sargent, Matt Colabello, and Adam Hay had real strong performances. Ryan Pudney made 4 saves, earning the shutout in goal. Well done Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who went undefeated against Stillwater, Schenectady and Scotia and finished 5th out of 21 teams in the Queensbury Power of Pink Tournament this weekend. Great job Eagles! 

 

 The modified girls soccer team tied Canjo over the weekend in overtime. The team remains undefeated! Awesome Eagles! 

 

 The Galway Cross Country Team participated in the annual Grout Invitational in Central Park in Schenectady this past Saturday. The weather was beautiful for a run and the team had some success! Eleanor Douglas earned a medal for her 13th place finish out of 94 runners. Kolt Vy---tav--idge received a medal for his 19th place finish out of 122 runners. Emma Jordan earned a medal for her 16th place finish out of 73 runners and Cody Schneider earned a medal for his 38th place finish out of 94 runners.  Kyle Schneider, Emma Jordan, Dylan Moules, Emma Mariani, and all the modified runners had their best paces for the season so far. Congratulations Eagles! 

 

 Outdoor Boys Basketball for students in grades 7 and 8 will meet again this Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:45pm on the outdoor courts. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Today at 9:00am a rep from Manhattanville College will be in guidance, and at 10:30, a rep from SUNY Albany will be here.  If you would like to attend either of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance.

 

 If you like trivia and/or have a head full of "useless" knowledge, you might be perfect for the Galway MasterMinds team.  MasterMinds is an academic team competition very similar to the TV show Jeopardy.  If you enjoy answering questions on a variety of topics, come check us out!  Please talk to or email Mrs. Peters if you are interested in participating on this team this year.

 

 Attention Seniors: Your pictures for the yearbook will be due Friday, January 21st.  It’s really not that far away, when you realize it takes time to get great photos, and that’s what we need in the yearbook! There is more information in the "What's Happening" section of the Galway webpage.  Pictures can be submitted in hard copy form or digitally.  Please email Mr. Nettleton with any questions at djnettle@galwaycsd.org.

 

 The yearbooks are now on sale for just $40. This is the lowest price ever!  Well, the lowest in a while. But the sale ends on Halloween. Please use the link in the "What's Happening" section of the district website to order. As always, email Mr. Nettleton if you have any questions at djnettle@galwaycsd.org.   


Board Game Club meets after school Friday in Mr. Diamond’s room. All students are welcome! 

 

 The next FFA meeting will be next Wednesday the 13th at 2:30 in Ms. Whalen's room.

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 next Wednesday the 13th, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.

 

 Have a great Mocha Monday, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow!




October 1 (Friday) A day

Happy birthday today to 6th grader Ian Horton, 6th grader Kailynn Ramsey, 7th grader Joseph Carnevali. 

 

 Happy birthday on Saturday to 7th grader Mia Pena! 


The E-Way is open today, Eagle Nation! Get to the E-Way window during period 1-4 and buy some delicious popcorn and iced tea! 

 

 Congratulations to the girls’ modified soccer team who beat OESJ at home yesterday with a score of 7-2. The team played an amazing game. Great job Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the modified soccer team who defeated OESJ 1-0 behind a stellar performance by Peregrine Perkins in goal and defenders John Budris,  Fisher Daniele, Ethan Dabrowski, and Kaleb Johnson.  Eli Montague tallied the winning goal and was assisted by Ethan Watrobski and Carter Larson.  Way to go team.  The boys are back in action on Saturday against Canajoharie at home.  Good luck Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the JV volleyball team who beat Middleburgh 2 to 0 last night to stay undefeated in the WAC league. Awesome game Eagles! 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Today at 8:00am a SUNY Potsdam rep will be in guidance, and at 1:00, a rep from Russell Sage will be here. On Monday, Manhattanville College and SUNY Albany will be here. If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance.


Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career and college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 If you like trivia and/or have a head full of "useless" knowledge, you might be perfect for the Galway  MasterMinds team.  MasterMinds is an academic team competition very similar to the TV show Jeopardy.  If you enjoy answering questions on a variety of topics, come check us out!  Please talk to or email Mrs. Peters if you are interested in participating on this team this year.

 

 It’s not too early to sign up for Ski Club! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 

 

 Attention Seniors: Your pictures for the yearbook will be due Friday, January 21st.  I bet you’re thinking, that’s so far away, I have TONS of time to do it. But it takes time to get great photos, and that’s what we need in the yearbook! There is more information in the "What's Happening" section of the Galway webpage.  Pictures can be submitted in hard copy form or digitally.  Please email Mr. Nettleton with any questions at djnettle@galwaycsd.org.

 

 The yearbooks are now on sale for just $40 bucks. This is the lowest price ever!  Well, the lowest in a while. But the sale ends on Halloween. Don't be afraid to order yours today. Please use the link in the "What's Happening" section of the yearbook to order. As always, email Mr. Nettleton if you have any questions at djnettle@galwaycsd.org.   

 

 Do you or a friend suffer from Saggy Mask Syndrome? We know it can be awkward to have Mr. Levin give you reminders every day to fix your mask. If you would like to watch this informational video again to learn more and address this important issue, just go to the Video section on Eagles Media Center dot com! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you on Mocha Monday when the E-Way will also have delicious cider donuts and apple cider! 




September 30 (Thursday) B Day

Classes will be called to the auditorium for your pictures. Please remember that even if you are not ordering pictures, you still need your picture taken for your school I.D. and for the yearbook! 

 

 Congratulations to the girls’ varsity soccer team who beat Middleburgh last night with a score of 1 to 0. Stephanie Martin scored the lone goal with Kaelin Pitman assisting. Keeper Hannah French had 5 saves in the goal. Great job Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to both the Gold and Blue Modified Volleyball Teams on beating Mayfield 2 sets to zero on Wednesday. The Gold team is off to a great start to the season and the Blue Team moves to 5-0. Go Eagles! 

 

 The Golden Eagles put three goals on the board to defeat Notre Dame Bishop Gibbons last night with a score of 3-0. The first half saw Galway generate a number of good scoring chances. Joey DeVellis struck from long range, beating Notre Dame’s goalie to give Galway a 1-0 halftime lead. Ten minutes into the second half, Casey Clarke had a beautiful shot that found the upper corner. Clarke also added an assist to Zack Kenyon who finished off the scoring for Galway. Galway's back four of Matt Colabello, Dalton Sargent, Thomas Villano, and Adam Hay had really solid matches. The Eagles outshot Notre Dame Bishop Gibbons 21-5. Ryan Pudney got the shutout in goal, making 5 saves. Well done Eagles! 

 

 The WAC League results from the golf team are in! Galway placed third in the WAC Cup yesterday, only 5 strokes behind winner Duanesburg and 3 behind 2nd place Fonda -Fultonville. Top Twenty finishes were recorded by Sam Neahr, Josh Lovelass, and Eric Zelezniak. Lovelass and Zelezniak were named to the WAC North Division All Star Team! Congratulations Eagles! 

 

 There are now Basketball Open Gyms for 7th and 8th grade boys on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:00 on the outdoor basketball courts. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Today at 10am you can meet the representative from Keuka College. Tomorrow at 8:00am a SUNY Potsdam rep will be here, and at 1:00, a rep from Russell Sage will be here. If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance today.


Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career and college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 If you like trivia and/or have a head full of "useless" knowledge, you might be perfect for the Galway  MasterMinds team.  MasterMinds is an academic team competition very similar to the TV show Jeopardy.  If you enjoy answering questions on a variety of topics, come check us out!  Please talk to or email Mrs. Peters if you are interested in participating on this team this year.

 

 It’s not too early to sign up for Ski Club! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 

 

 Do you or a friend suffer from Saggy Mask Syndrome? We know it can be awkward to have Mr. Levin give you reminders every day to fix your mask. If you would like to watch this informational video again to learn more and address this important issue, just go to the Video section on Eagles Media Center dot com! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow when the E-Way will be open selling popcorn and iced tea! 




September 29 (Wednesday) A Day 

Happy birthday today to freshman Mackenzie Petit, sophomore Austin Cretty, and senior Myles Pleasants! 

 

 Congratulations to senior Anna Dabrowski who was named a Commended Student in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. Anna earned this honor, along with other outstanding students across the nation, due to her excellent results on the PSAT exam. She is recognized for having exceptional academic promise! Well done Anna! You’ve made Eagle Nation very proud! 

 

 The Varsity and modified cross country teams hosted a home meet yesterday against Notre-Dame, Bishop Gibbins, Canajoharie and Fort Plain. Kolt Vy-tavidge took first in the modified boys race followed by Will Anuzewski in 3rd and Brayden Sheft in 4th. The modified girls team won their race and improved each of their times. Eleanor Douglas was 1st, Lydia Randall was 2nd, Colleen Thorpe was 3rd, Anna Watson was 4th and Hayden Fonda was 5th. Each of the Varsity runners improved their times on the home course. Cody Schneider took 4th out of 22 boys. Emma Jordan took 3rd for the girls. Wish the team well in the Grout Run this weekend! 

 

 Congratulations to the modified girls soccer team who beat BKW yesterday with a score of 1-0. Heather Erhenberg had an assist to Mae Budris for the goal. Keeper, Ehbilean (Beena) McElhinney had 6 saves. Great game Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the girls’ junior varsity volleyball team who beat Schoharie 2 to 0 last night to stay undefeated in the WAC league. The girls play at Broadalbin Perth today at 4:30. Good luck Eagles! 

 

 Congrats to the varsity volleyball team as they defeated Schoharie last night in a WAC league match.  They move to 4-0 in the league and 5-0 overall.  The Eagles were led by Kylee "the freshman" Decker with 22 assists. Kylee is the first player in school history to reach 1,000 career assists as she pushed her career total to 1002 tonight. Congratulations Kylee! Trishelle Oliver added 6 kills and 4 blocks while Kailey Jankowski added 6 kills and 8 aces. Well done Eagles!  

 

 There are now Basketball Open Gyms for 7th and 8th grade boys on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:00 on the outdoor basketball courts. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

 Have you ordered your apples yet? Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: You can meet a rep from the University of New Haven in Guidance today at 9:30. Tomorrow at 10am you can meet the representative from Keuka College. Friday at 8:00am a SUNY Potsdam rep will be here, and at 1:00, a rep from Russell Sage will be here. If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance today.

 

 Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career and college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 If you like trivia and/or have a head full of "useless" knowledge, you might be perfect for the Galway  MasterMinds team.  MasterMinds is an academic team competition very similar to the TV show Jeopardy.  If you enjoy answering questions on a variety of topics, come check us out!  Please talk to or email Mrs. Peters if you are interested in participating on this team this year.

 

 It’s not too early to sign up for Ski Club! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We will see you tomorrow for Junior/Senior High Picture Day! 




September 28 (Tuesday) B Day

Congratulations to the Modified Volleyball Blue Team on defeating Duanesburg in 2 sets on Monday. The team moves to 4-0 and will take on Mayfield Wednesday. Congrats as well to the Gold Team on a great game, narrowly losing in 3 sets to Duanesburg. 

 

 Congratulations to the varsity girls soccer team who beat OESJ last night 4 - 0. 

Alaina Aschmutat had one goal and one assist, Kendra Peterson had one goal, Stephanie Martin had two goals and one assist, and Anna Meisenburg had one assist. Hannah French had 8 saves in the goal. Well done Eagles! 

 

 The Golf Team improved their record to 8 and 3 yesterday! The following golfers have won three of their last four matches: Josh Lovelass, Andy Miller, Sam Neahr, Myles Pleasants, Joe Remscheid, and Myels Shippey. Special congratulations goes out to Eric Zelezniak who has now qualified for Sectionals. Congratulations! 

 

 Congratulations to the girls JV volleyball team who beat Duanesburg 2 to 0 last night to stay undefeated in the WAC league. The team plays Schoharie at home today at 4:30. Good luck Eagles! 

 

 There are now Basketball Open Gyms for 7th and 8th grade boys on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:00 on the outdoor basketball courts. Contact Coach K if you have any questions. 

 

 Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team as they defeated Duanesburg last night.  They moved to 3-0 in the league and 4-0 overall. The Eagles were led by Julia Reedy with 22 kills, 15 digs and 5 Aces and Kylee Decker with 24 assists and 6 Aces.  Anna Dabrowksi added 5 kills and 3 blocks. The Eagles are ranked #1 in New York State in Class D! They play a WAC match against Schoharie tonight. Good luck Eagles! 

 

 The FFA is currently selling apples as part of their fundraiser. Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Today in guidance you can meet a rep from Bryant and Stratton at 10:00am. You can learn more about the University of New Haven on Wednesday morning at 9:30. This Thursday at 10am you can meet the representative from Keuka College. On Friday at 8:00am SUNY Potsdam will be here, and at 1:00, a rep from Russell Sage will be here. If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance today.

 

 Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career and college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 Auditions for the GTV morning show are today during B and C lunch. Each audition will take about 5 minutes, and then you can get back to lunch. Break a leg! 

 

 If you like trivia and/or have a head full of "useless" knowledge, you might be perfect for the Galway  MasterMinds team.  MasterMinds is an academic team competition very similar to the TV show Jeopardy.  If you enjoy answering questions on a variety of topics, come check us out!  Please talk to or email Mrs. Peters if you are interested in participating on this team this year.

 

 We are all enjoying fall, but winter will be here before we know it! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information on Ski Club! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! 




September 27 (Monday) A Day 

Happy birthday today to freshman Trevor Bombard and junior Sophia Fasolino! 

 

Thank you to all of the people who helped make Homecoming a huge success! Thank you to Mr. Miller, Mrs. Britt-Gaeta, Mrs. Dowen, Mr. Kirvin, Ms. Leonardo, Ms. David, Mrs. Lushkevich, Anna Dabrowski, Mr. Darlington, Brian Alden, Isabella Hart, Thomas Villano, Steph Martin, Rya Randall, the class advisers, coaches, and of course all the students! It was a great weekend! 


Saturday the Homecoming Parade was back! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for some pictures from the event. We have the results of the voting for the best homecoming floats! In 4th place was the sophomores with the Marvel float! 3rd place was the Juniors with their Cinderella float! 2nd place was the seniors with the Pixar float. Congratulations to the freshmen for their incredible Hogwarts float! Well done everybody! 


 

 Congratulations to the modified volleyball Blue Team on beating Canjo Fort Plain on Saturday, 2 sets to zero. The team moves to 3-0 on the season and will play Duanesburg on Monday. Good luck Eagles! 

 

 A shout out to Mrs. Prehn and to the Galway modified and varsity teams who helped host 15 schools in the 48th Annual Galway Cross Country invitational at  home on Saturday. Not only did the team run the meet well, they raced the course well. Everyone's pace was better than it was at Voorheesville, Fort Plain and at our home scrimmage! Special shout out to Clark Anuszewski,  Kyle Shneider, Will Anuszewski, Brayden Sheft and Matt Jones who crushed their previous paces. Eleanor Douglas came in 6th place out of 51 runners for the modified girls race. Kolt Wojtowecz came in 3rd out of 58 runners in the modified boys race. Cody Schneider took first for the Galway Boys and Emma Jordan took first for the Galway Girls. Senior Dylan Moules finished his first official Varsity cross country race! Well done Eagles! 

 

 Canjo used three first half goals to defeat the Eagles in the boys varsity soccer game on Saturday. The second half saw both teams generate some good scoring chances but neither team put one on the scoreboard. Chris Maher, Colin Anderson, and Ryan Pudney had good games for the Eagles. 

 

 The girls varsity soccer team beat McKeel on Saturday with a score of 6 to zero. Hannah French scored a goal, Shanley DeRidder had one goal and one assist, Stephanie Martin had 2 goals and 2 assists, Alaina Aschmutat had one assist, Abby Gullett had one assist, Anna Spadaro had a goal, Nika Horvath had a goal and Dre McElhinney had an assist. In the goal Anna Meisenburg had one save and Hannah French had 2 saves. Great job Eagles! 

 

 Congratulations to the JV Girls Volleyball Team who defeated BKW on Friday. The girls then finished in first place in their pool and ended in second place  at the Mayfield Tournament on Saturday. Well done Eagles! 

 

 Congrats to the varsity Volleyball team as they defeated BKW Friday night in a WAC league match.  Galway moves to 2-0 in the league and 3-0 overall.  They were led by  Kylee Decker with 31 service points, 11 Aces, and 15 assists.  Julia Reedy added 5 aces and 5 kills, while Anna Dabrowski added 4 aces, 3 blocks and 3 kills.The Eagles play at home tonight vs. Duanesburg. Good luck team! 

 

 We have some great news Eagle Nation! The E-Way Store is open again! Stop by today, periods 1-4 and get a delicious mocha! This Friday you can get your favorite...buttery popcorn and flavorful iced tea! Bring your cash to the E-Way today! 

 

 The FFA is currently selling apples as part of their fundraiser. Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: Tomorrow in guidance you can meet a rep from Bryant and Stratton at 10:00am. You can learn more about the University of New Haven on Wednesday morning at 9:30. This Thursday at 10am you can meet the representative from Keuka College. On Friday at 8:00am SUNY Potsdam will be here, and at 1:00, a rep from Russell Sage will be here. If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance today.

 

 Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career/college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 Auditions for the GTV morning show are tomorrow during B and C lunch. Break a leg! 

 

 We are all enjoying fall, but winter will be here before we know it! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information on Ski Club! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 





September 24 (Friday) B Day

Happy birthday today to 6th grader Naomi Sleight! 


Happy birthday tomorrow to 7th grader Chase Bevington, 7th grader Amelia Wood, and 8th grader Teigen Brennan! 

 

 Happy birthday on Sunday to 8th grader Marek Sherman and sophomore Riya Randall! 

 

 Attention students who have signed up to go to the dance: Covid testing will take place tomorrow during lunch. Students should go to the APARC room before reporting to the lunchroom.   

 

 It’s pep rally day Eagle Nation, so 7th and 8th period will be shortened! 7th period will go from 12:58-1:18 and 8th period will go from 1:21 to 1:42. Students will be called down starting at 1:43. 


Homecoming volleyball games are Friday night starting at 3:30. The dance is after that, at 7, and tickets are only $7. 


 Saturday afternoon is the Homecoming parade and later on are the soccer games. The boys’ varsity game is at 5, and the girls’ varsity game is at 7.After the games, the fireworks start at 9:00! 


Congratulations to the Modified Volleyball Blue Team on defeating Fonda in 3 sets Wednesday. The team moves to 2-0 and will take on Canjo/Ft. Plain tomorrow. Good luck Eagles! 


Congratulations to the modified girls soccer team who beat Schoharie at home last night with a score of 4-0!  7th grader Mae Budris scored with an assist from freshman McKenzie Gowie. Freshman Heather Ehrenberg scored with an assist from 8th grader Daniella Villano. 8th grader Daniella Villano scored with an assist from 8th grader Kiersten Friday. In the 4th quarter, Mae Budris scored again with an assist from freshman Chloe Zembsch. Great job Eagles! 


Congratulations to the girls JV volleyball team who defeated Waterford Halfmoon last night two games to none. The JV girls play at homecoming at 3:30 today. Good luck Eagles!


The FFA is currently selling apples as part of their fundraiser. Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: Next week in guidance reps from Bryant and Stratton, the University of New Haven, and Keuka College will be here.  If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance.


Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview/meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career/college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  


Auditions for the GTV morning show are next Tuesday during B and C lunch. Break a leg! 

 

 We are all enjoying fall, but winter will be here before we know it! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information on Ski Club! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 

 

 Do you need volunteer hours? See Mrs. Decker or Mr. Mal to help out the cross country team tomorrow morning. The Galway Invitational will be held at the high school, and they could use your help! Contact them as soon as possible! 

 

 Have a great day and an awesome Homecoming weekend, Eagle Nation! 




September 23 (Thursday) A Day 

Happy birthday today to freshman Calvin Dopp and freshman Arietta Williams. 


Happy Homecoming week! Today is Disney Day! Friday is Blue and Gold day- show your school spirit by wearing our school colors!


The pep rally is Friday, so 7th and 8th period will be shortened! Check your email for a google form to volunteer to be a game participant!  Homecoming volleyball games are Friday night starting at 3:30. The dance is after that, at 7, and tickets are only $7. 


Please note! There has been some confusion regarding the regulations to attend the dance. Please listen carefully. Regardless of vaccination status you MUST fill out the google form saying you will be attending the dance by tomorrow at noon. If you do not fill out this form you will not be allowed to attend the dance, absolutely no exceptions. Unvaccinated individuals will be pulled out of class to be administered a covid test. This is the correct information, do not listen to anyone else. 


If you filled out the google form for homecoming on Monday 9/20, please go back into the form to check to see if you entered your name with your submission. If necessary please edit your response to add your name so that you may be added to the list for homecoming. IF YOUR NAME DOES NOT APPEAR ON YOUR FORM SUBMISSION YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THE DANCE. Any and all entries made after Monday should collect names without issue. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Kirvin, Mrs. Lushkevich, or Mrs. Dowen. Thank you


Saturday afternoon is the Homecoming parade and later on are the soccer games. The boys’ varsity game is at 5, and the girls’ varsity game is at 7.After the games, the fireworks start at 9:00! 


Due to sound issues yesterday, we want to make sure you hear all the important announcements from yesterday. Congratulations to the golf team who shut out Berne Knox Westerlo on Tuesday afternoon. Josh Lovelass shot 8 over par and qualified to represent Galway at Sectionals. The golf team’s record is now 6-2! Way to go Eagles!  


Good job to the cross country team in their home scrimmage against Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbins, Canjo-Fort Plain and Schoharie. Top finishers for Varsity were Cody Schneider, Will Comensky and Emma Jordan. Top finishers for modified were Eleanor Douglas and Will Anuszewski. Congratulations to Colleen Thorpe on completing her first competitive race! Well done Eagles! 


Congrats to the varsity volleyball team for defeating Colonie last night in a non-league match. Galway moves to 2-0 overall.  They were led by a balanced attack with Julia Reedy leading the way with 21 kills, 10 digs and 3 blocks.  Grace O'Brien added 8 kills, 4 blocks, while Sadie Underwood added 8 blocks.  Kylee Decker put up 22 assists and Sophia Fasolino added 16 assists.The Eagles play tomorrow night vs. BKW. Good luck team! 


Congratulations to the varsity girls soccer team who beat Berne Knox Westerlo last night with a score of 1- 0. Anna Meisenburg scored with the assist from Alaina Aschmutat. Hannah French had 5 saves in the goal. Great game Eagles! 


BKW-Duanesburg defeated the Eagles at last night’s varsity boys soccer game with a score of 2-1. Galway scored when Casey Clarke finished a cross from Joey DeVellis. The Eagles generated a good number of scoring chances but couldn't find the back of the net again. Casey Clarke, Chris Maher, and Thomas Villano played well for the Eagles.


The golf team narrowly lost by 3 strokes against Duanesburg. Josh Lovelass, Myles Pleasants, and Myels Shippey each won their individual matches. The team is playing again at home on Monday. Good luck Eagles! 


Here are the results of the Junior Class election: 

 Class president - Molly Oravsky

Vice President- Stephanie Martin 

Secretary- Kailey Jankowski 

Sergeant-At- Arms- Grace DeNisio

Treasurer- Thomas Villano 

Public Relations- Sophia Fasolino 

Class historian Gavin O`Neil


The FFA is currently selling apples as part of their fundraiser. Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: This morning at 11:00, you can meet with a rep from Wells College in the Guidance office. Next week, Bryant and Stratton, the University of New Haven, and Keuka College will be here.  If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance.

 

 There is a Chamber Singers informational meeting after school today in the Chorus Room. Any students in grades 9-12 who are interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. Please see Ms. Booth with any questions.

 

 Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview/meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career/college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 Auditions for the GTV morning show next Tuesday during B and C lunch. Break a leg! 

 

 We are all enjoying fall, but winter will be here before we know it! Check out Eagles Media Center dot com for more information on Ski Club! All students, grades 7-12 can join! See Mr. McGowin to sign up! 

 

 Do you need volunteer hours? See Mrs. Decker or Mr. Mal to help out the cross country team this Saturday morning. The Galway Invitational will be held at the high school, and they could use your help! Contact them today! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We’ll see you tomorrow for Blue and Gold Day!





September 22 (Wednesday) B Day

Happy birthday today to 6th grader Michael Peters, 7th grader Eleanor Douglas, and senior Paige Cline!

 

Happy Homecoming week! Today is Decades Day. Tomorrow is Disney Day - time to bust out your Mickey ears!


Friday is Blue and Gold day- show your school spirit by wearing our school colors!



The pep rally is Friday, so 7th and 8th period will be shortened! Check your email for a google form to volunteer to be a game participant!  Homecoming volleyball games are Friday night starting at 3:30. The dance is after that, at 7, and tickets are only $7. 


Please note! There has been some confusion regarding the regulations to attend the dance. Please listen carefully. Regardless of vaccination status you MUST fill out the google form saying you will be attending the dance by tomorrow at noon. If you do not fill out this form you will not be allowed to attend the dance, absolutely no exceptions. Unvaccinated individuals will be pulled out of class to be administered a covid test. This is the correct information, do not listen to anyone else. 



If you filled out the google form for homecoming on Monday 9/20, please go back into the form to check to see if you entered your name with your submission. If necessary please edit your response to add your name so that you may be added to the list for homecoming. IF YOUR NAME DOES NOT APPEAR ON YOUR FORM SUBMISSION YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THE DANCE. Any and all entries made after Monday should collect names without issue. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Kirvin, Mrs. Lushkevich, or Mrs. Dowen. Thank you.


Saturday afternoon is the Homecoming parade and later on are the soccer games. The boys’ varsity game is at 5, and the girls’ varsity game is at 7.After the games, the fireworks start at 9:00! 


Congratulations to the golf team who shut out Berne Knox Westerlo on Tuesday afternoon. Josh Lovelass shot 8 over par and qualified to represent Galway at Sectionals. The golf team’s record is now 6-2! Way to go Eagles!  



Good job to the cross country team in their home scrimmage against Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbins, Canjo-Fort Plain and Schoharie. Top finishers for Varsity were Cody Schneider, Will Comensky and Emma Jordan. Top finishers for modified were Eleanor Douglas and Will Anuszewski. Congratulations to Colleen Thorpe on completing her first competitive race! Well done Eagles! 


 Here are the results of the Junior Class election: 

 Class president - Molly Oravsky

Vice President- Stephanie Martin 

Secretary- Kailey Jankowski 

Sergeant-At- Arms- Grace DeNisio

Treasurer- Thomas Villano 

Public Relations- Sophia Fasolino 

Class historian Gavin O`Neil


The FFA is currently selling apples as part of their fundraiser. Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Tomorrow at 11:00, you can meet with a rep from Wells College in the Guidance office. Next week, Bryant and Stratton, the University of New Haven, and Keuka College will be here.  If you would like to attend any of these information sessions, just sign up in Guidance.

 

 There will be a Chamber Singers informational meeting after school tomorrow in the Chorus Room. Any students in grades 9-12 who are interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. Please see Ms. Booth with any questions.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Students who are considering applying to a Service Academy or R.O.T.C. program are invited to attend the Capital Region Service Academy Night. This event will take place virtually tomorrow evening at 6:00 pm. See Ms. Morck for more information. 

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 on October 13, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.

 

 Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview/meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career/college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 Auditions for the GTV morning show will take place next week, on Tuesday during B and C lunch. Break a leg! 

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We’ll see you tomorrow for Disney Day! 




September 21 (Tuesday) 

GTV will start posting the script from our morning announcements, for your information. 

 

Happy birthday today to 7th grader Matthew Jones! 

 

Happy Homecoming week! 


Today is Hawaiian Day! Aloha! 


Tomorrow is Decades Day - dress like your favorite decade.


Thursday is Disney Day - time to bust out your Mickey ears!


Friday is Blue and Gold day- show your school spirit by wearing our school colors!


There will be a pep rally during 8th period on Friday! Get ready for some fun games. Check your email for a google form to volunteer to be a game participant!


Homecoming volleyball games are Friday night at 4:30 PM followed by the dance at 7:30.


Please note! If you want to attend the dance, you must have proof of vaccination. If you are not vaccinated, you have to sign up on a Google Form by Thursday for a COVID test.  You will take the test Friday morning so the school will have your test results by the time of the dance. 


Saturday afternoon is the Homecoming parade and later on are the soccer games. 


The boys’ varsity game is at 5, and the girls’ varsity game is at 7.


After the games, fireworks start at 8:15! 


Don't forget to fill out the form for your candy grams, to show your favorite people you care!!


7th grader Brody Paterek wants everyone to know first period English mastered 100 words in less than 40 minutes on vocabulary.com! They put our school in first place for a bit on the Monday leaderboard! Well done 7th graders! 


 The Golden Eagles jumped out to a 1-0 lead within the first 10 minutes of the varsity soccer match against Schoharie yesterday. Casey Clarke intercepted a pass and slot a shot into the back corner. The rest of the first half was evenly contested. The Eagles didn't quit and created many chances in the second half. Noah Montague tapped in a cross from Clarke for the Eagles second goal. The Eagles lost with a score of 2 to 3, but played well. 

 

 Students in grades 7-12 who would like to be a part of the GTV tech staff, be sure to see GTV Director Brian Alden.


Auditions for the GTV morning teams will be starting this week. You can still sign up on the GTV door in the 400 hallway if you would like to audition. Good luck! 

 

 The FFA is currently selling apples as part of their fundraiser. Please see any FFA member to place an order. Apples will be delivered the week of October 4th.

 

 Are you looking for a chance to make some money and work outside? A community member is looking for a couple of students to clean out weeds at a property on Galway Lake. Contact the Guidance Office for more information. 

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: College Visits start today in the Guidance Office. Sign up to attend meetings with college representatives and learn about the possibilities for your future! This Thursday at 11:00, a rep from Wells College will be here. If you would like to learn about the programs they offer, sign up in Guidance for a pass to attend. 

 

 There will be a Chamber Singers informational meeting after school this Thursday in the Chorus Room. Any students in grades 9-12 who are interested in Chamber Singers should plan on attending. Please see Ms. Booth with any questions.

 

 Attention Juniors and Seniors: Students who are considering applying to a Service Academy or R.O.T.C. program are invited to attend the Capital Region Service Academy Night and meet representatives from the U.S. Military Academy (West Point), U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis), U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, as well as Army, Navy, and Air Force R.O.T.C. This event will take place virtually this Thursday the 23rd at 6:00 pm. See Ms. Morck for more information. 

 

 Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT 11 on October 13, please sign up in the Guidance Office and pick up a Student Guide. There is an $18 fee to take the test. This is a good practice for the SAT that you may take in the spring.

 

 Attention Seniors: Please sign up for your senior interview/meeting in the Guidance Office. The Senior Interview is a time to go over your career/college plans, recommendations, financial aid, scholarships, etc...  

 

 Have a great day, Eagle Nation! We’ll see you tomorrow for Decades Day! 


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